In Reply to: Re: USBUHCI.SYS causes BSOD posted by Chris on 11/28/02 at 10:14 AM:
Well, it's been a day and a half and no crashes. The modem was definitely the problem. I just don't know why it started acting up all of a sudden. Thanks for your help.
: I already had the latest driver for the modem and other devices. That was the first thing I checked. Instead, I uninstalled the modem driver in Safe Mode and reinstalled it after rebooting to Safe Mode again. So far so good after 3 hours. Hopefully this will fix the problem. I'll let you know how it goes.
: Regards, Chris
: : Robert is on the money - one of the USB device drivers that you have needs updating. Since the modem is the only device in constant use, I would start there. Note what you're up to just before the next event - it may be another device that you're using. Iomegaware was causing this on a client's PC.
: : Bill
: : : : Every few hours my computer crashes to the BSOD with the following error:
: : : : DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
: : : : STOP: 0x00000D1 (0xB3634a80,....., 0xF8828E6F)
: : : : USBUHCI.SYS - ADDRESS F8828E6F BASE AT F8826000, DATESTAMP 3d6ddc30
: : : : The addresses differ everytime, but USBUHCI.SYS is always the listed culprit. Is USBUHCI.SYS corrupted and need to be re-installed? If so, how? Should I re-install SP-1 even though it came with my oem Windows XP disc? I am having no other problems, but it is getting annoying having to reboot have few hours. If anyone has an answer, I sure would appreciate it. If you need more info, let me know. Thanks.
: : : : I am running the following configuration:
: : : : Windows XP SP 1
: : : : ATHLON XP 2000+
: : : : MSI KT4 ULTRA MOBO
: : : : 512MB DDR333 RAM
: : : : WD 80 HD
: : : : LITE-ON DVD & CD-RW Drives
: : : : My connected USB devices are:
: : : : Sandisk Imagemate SDDR-09
: : : : IPM DATACOM Webpower ADSL modem
: : : : Logitech Quickcam 3000 Pro
: : : Most probably it is a call from another driver to USBUHCI.SYS which causes the problem.
: : : Try searching for newer drivers for your USB devices.
: : : Try unplugging each device until you get no errors anymore.
: : : Bill will tell you other checks.